Do you find yourself feeling alone or like life is just too hard?
Going through the motions of life – without purpose or any real understanding of your unhappy feelings or troubling behaviors – is exhausting.
These unexplained feelings and behaviors, when left unchecked, can play a part in leading to relationship problems, difficulties following through on your responsibilities, isolation from family and friends, destructive numbing behaviors, depression, anxiety, and even physical symptoms.
A negative thought can lead to an undesirable emotion that may transform into a mood, then a temperament, and, ultimately, a personality trait.
Or maybe you have purpose and meaning in your life but still struggle with unanswered questions and the need for validation. Reflection on our past can bring clarity and help inform and guide our future decisions – it can also help us understand why we behave and act the way we do today!
Together, we can break this trajectory!
Therapy can help give you the insight you need to understand your thoughts and challenges, provide new strategies, and lead you to a healthy perception of Self.
I offer you a calm space to explore the most important issues to you. I am here to offer compassionate guidance towards your unique goals – whatever they may be.
In therapy, we will work to overcome barriers that interfere with your sense of balance and well-being. Counseling can increase self-actualization and help to foster meaning in your life.
Issues frequently addressed in individual therapy include:
- Controlling OCD
- Processing Grief & Loss
- Navigating Life Transitions
- Setting Healthy Boundaries
- Building Fulfilling Relationships
- Managing Strong Emotions
- Overcoming Trauma & Abuse
- Relieving Depression, Stress, & Anxiety
- Recovery from Addictions & Eating Disorders
Accept that you are WORTH IT!
You likely know that you can and will benefit from therapy, but you may have allowed life circumstances to get in the way of prioritizing it. We all know it’s important to set aside time for our daily routines, yet somehow, we as a society tend to push mental health to the back burner – when it should be a top priority and not at the bottom of the pile.
It’s time to take the leap to care for your mental health and emotional well-being all while developing self-compassion along the way. You can reach out to me directly at (602) 329-0483 where we can begin a candid and productive conversation about improving your life’s trajectory.
“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.”
– Carl Rogers